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Get Involved

There are lots of ways to get involved in our growing and friendly community, from dropping in to say hi and enjoying a communal lunch or working bee, to volunteering in one of our teams.

 

We'd love to hear from you if you are curious or keen to get involved. Everyone is welcome to visit the Farm on Saturdays from 10am - 1pm to see what we're up to, do some gardening and have a chat, or you can contact us online for more information!

Join our community

  • Visit the Farm and enjoy the peaceful green open-space

  • Join our friendly Community Gardening crew any Saturday from 10am - 1pm, as often as you like!

  • Come along to our Monthly Big Digs, communal lunches and special events

  • Help out with eco-regeneration work

  • Hire your own private plot to grow food

  • Become a Member at DCF

  • Connect with us online via social media

  • Subscribe to our newsletter for our latest news, events and updates

Volunteer

If you'd like to volunteer on a regular basis, you can join a working group to help us plan and run different aspects of the Farm including:

  • Urban Agriculture

  • Ecosystem regeneration

  • Community Gathering

  • Healthy Eating and Food Sharing

  • Market Garden development 

If you'd prefer to help out from time to time with your skillset or area of expertise, we'd love to hear from you too and can get in touch with you when opportunities arise to get involved.

Skills and expertise that would be helpful include, but are not limited to: 

  • farming and related skills

  • eco-system regeneration

  • fundraising/grant writing

  • design and photography

  • community development

  • marketing and communications

*There is no pressure for anyone to contribute beyond their capacity or availability! :)

Partner or collaborate with us

We are always looking for ways to strengthen our connections and positive outcomes for the community by collaborating with
not-for-profit organisations, educational institutions, businesses and individuals.
 
This could include: 
  • Running workshops or courses on site (eg. food growing, soil health, permaculture, cooking, yoga).

  • Hosting visits and activities for groups such as school and Tafe groups, and other skill development groups/programs.

  • Planning and running community events together on site.

We'd love to hear from you if you'd be interested in partnering or collaborating on any of the options above, or have other exciting ideas of your own! 

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